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4:05 PM ET, March 11, 2007

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Robert Kagan / Washington Post:
The 'Surge' Is Succeeding  —  A front-page story in The Post last week suggested that the Bush administration has no backup plan in case the surge in Iraq doesn't work.  I wonder if The Post and other newspapers have a backup plan in case it does.  —  Leading journalists have been reporting …
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Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:   If America Wins In Iraq And No One Reports It, Will It Make A Difference?
Chris Wallace / Fox News:
TRANSCRIPT: FORMER SEN. FRED THOMPSON ON 'FOX NEWS SUNDAY'  —  The following is a partial transcript of the March 11, 2007, edition of "FOX News Sunday With Chris Wallace":  —  "FOX NEWS SUNDAY" HOST CHRIS WALLACE: Well, chances are you've never heard of U.S. President Charles Ross …
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Kleinheider / Volunteer Voters:
VIDEO: Fred Thompson On Fox News Sunday
New York Times:
The Failed Attorney General  —  During the hearing on his nomination as attorney general, Alberto Gonzales said he understood the difference between the job he held — President Bush's in-house lawyer — and the job he wanted, which was to represent all Americans as their chief law enforcement officer …
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Nico / Think Progress:
Sen. Schumer Calls For Alberto Gonzales To Resign
Discussion: Daily Kos
Dan Eggen / Washington Post:
After Tough Week, Gonzales Says He Remains Focused
Discussion: The Swamp
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Chrish / News Hounds:
FOX chooses article carefully to outsource condemnation of Nevada Dems' cancellation  —  The editors at FOXNews.com ignored 145 articles listed in a Google search that objectively told of the decision by Nevada Democrats to cancel a Democratic presidential candidate debate that would have been hosted by the right-wing network.
Kate Phillips / New York Times:
Stung by Remarks, Nevada Democrats Cancel Debate on Fox
Associated Press:
Report: Rove was urged to oust U.S. attorney  —  N.M. GOP chief says he complained about prosecutor, was told 'he's gone'  —  WASHINGTON - The chairman of the New Mexico Republican Party was quoted Saturday as saying he urged presidential adviser Karl Rove and one of his assistants to fire the state's U.S. attorney.
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Telegraph:
Iran votes to impose petrol rationing  —  Iranians are bracing themselves for a fresh round of belt tightening after their government voted to impose petrol rationing coupled with sharp rises in the price of fuel.  —  The rationing system will limit Iranians to 22 gallons (100 litres) …
Discussion: Hot Air
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Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:   Iran Economic Decline Accelerates
Ed Morrissey / Captain's Quarters:
The Friends Of Ali Reza Asgari, Part II  —  The defection of Iranian intelligence officer Ali Reza Asgari did not represent a recent flip of a spy chief as first presumed.  The Times of London reports that Asgari worked as a mole for years, passing information to the West, until he could get his family out of Iran and escape:
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Associated Press:
Poll: Character trumps policy for voters  —  WASHINGTON - For all the policy blueprints churned out by presidential campaigns, there is this indisputable fact: People care less about issues than they do about a candidate's character.  —  A new Associated Press-Ipsos poll says 55 percent …
Dan Balz / Washington Post:
New John Edwards Sells Less Biography, More Liberal Issues  —  When he first ran for president, then-Sen. John Edwards (N.C.) was the fresh face in the Democratic Party, a perpetually buoyant campaigner who built his candidacy around his own biography and whose success in the primaries earned him a place on the 2004 Democratic ticket.
Maggie Haberman / New York Post:
HILL: I'M THE JFK OF 2008  —  VOWS TO BEAT ODDS  —  Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton invoked the campaign of the nation's lone Catholic president, John Kennedy, last night as she talked about her challenge in becoming the first female commander-in-chief.  —  "He was smart, he was dynamic, he was inspiring and he was Catholic.
Discussion: The Corner and The Strata-Sphere
Benedict Carey / New York Times:
Lotto Makes Sense, Even for Losers  —  AT least poker tables have some atmosphere, a jingle of highball glasses, a hint of 1990s menthol smoke in the armchairs, the sweet musk of nearby cash.  The same goes for playing the horses: there are characters, scandals, competition, not to mention real payoffs.
Observer:
Climate scientist 'duped to deny global warming'  —  A Leading US climate scientist is considering legal action after he says he was duped into appearing in a Channel 4 documentary that claimed man-made global warming is a myth.  Carl Wunsch, professor of physical oceanography …
Discussion: NewsHog and Liberal Values
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Little Green Footballs:
The Great Global Warming Swindle
Discussion: Blogs for Bush
Faiza Saleh Ambah / Washington Post:
Episode at Guantanamo Leaves Family at a Loss  —  MEDINA, Saudi Arabia — Mishal al-Harbi's brain was deprived of oxygen for several minutes on the evening of Jan. 16, 2003, while he was in U.S. detention at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.  As a result, he cannot stand, his speech is slurred …
Discussion: TalkLeft and Crossroads Arabia
Gretchen Morgenson / New York Times:
Crisis Looms in Mortgages  —  On March 1, a Wall Street analyst at Bear Stearns wrote an upbeat report on a company that specializes in making mortgages to cash-poor homebuyers.  The company, New Century Financial, had already disclosed that a growing number of borrowers were defaulting …
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Kevin Drum / Political Animal:
POP GOES THE WEASEL....The collapse of the home mortgage market …
Discussion: Los Angeles Times and Eschaton
Telegraph:
Iraq four years on  — Video: Julian Simmonds and Colin Freeman on the streets of Iraq  —  Mohammed Mumtaz al-Duleimi shows me the ring on his third finger, set with a heavy stone in a dark-red colour that is known in Iraq as gazelle's blood.  For the superstitious Shias of the south …
Discussion: The Corner and Angry Bear
Test / The Daily Acts:
Clinton Says Bush Ignores 'Invisible Americans'  —  NASHUA, NH-In a speech to over 1,000 enthusiastic Democrats at the Sheraton Nashua Hotel, Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) tonight signaled a change in focus in her campaign for the presidency.  The event was the New Hampshire Democratic Party's annual "100 Club" dinner.
 
 
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CRACKING THE EVANGELICALS....I've been following this with only half …
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LIBERAL AMERICA?....James Joyner reports today on a new Gallup …
William Kristol / Weekly Standard:
Pardon Libby Now  —  It will be good for Bush and good for the country.
Tracie Rozhon / New York Times:
To Have, Hold and Cherish, Until Bedtime
Deb Riechmann / Associated Press:
Bush seeks 8,200 more troops for wars
Discussion: AMERICAblog
New York Times:
Another Grim Week in Iraq
2007.sxsw.com:
SXSW Interactive  —  Attracting digital creatives as well as …
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The Best-Kept Secret: The Antidote to "The Secret"
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Sunday Talking Head Thread
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Jessica Gresko / Associated Press:
Romney courts South Florida voters
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Observer:
Scandal of treatment for wounded Iraq veterans
Telegraph:
Cameron considers tax hikes on air travel
Washington Post:
Iran's Dissenters  —  HERE'S HOW International Women's …
WNBC:
Caught On Tape: Mugger Attacks 101-Year-Old Woman In Queens
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